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dual heat another heater core at rear of vehicle

Chevrolet Cars &... | 202 views | 1 helpful votes

check fuses and connects --test for dead battery

2008 Infiniti... | 282 views | 1 helpful votes

Does the fuel pump run? If you pull the relay, use jumper between terminals cavities 30 and 87, does fuse 45 go hot? As you can see terminal 30 is hot all the time and fuse protected. You can always check that fuse, hot all the time. Could be a wiring circuit problem and not a component. Let us know what you find
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Mercury Cars &... | 250 views | 1 helpful votes


2003 Chrysler... | 268 views | 1 helpful votes


Volvo Cars &... | 225 views | 1 helpful votes

There's no switch, I have a hunch the problem is in the fuel tank. If you fill the tank all the way to the top does it still do the same thing? Does the tank take as much fuel as it used to? There may be a crack in the neoprene hose that connects the fuel pump to the tank module. I hope this helps. Take care.

2007 Chevrolet... | 290 views | 2 helpful votes

I dont need the description, I need the P number. Then we can help you. Also any other info, as with all questions, the year, make, model, 2 wheel drive or 4x4 or all wheel, ABS? standard or automatic, 2 door, 4 door, hatchback, engine size and the trim description as in example ES, LS, SSD,RS, XL, XLT, si, ect......

Suzuki Cars &... | 159 views | 1 helpful votes

The blend door motor might be turning, but the plastic gears often strip in the actuator so the door does NOT actually move. Very common to need to replace the blend door actuator.

Lincoln Cars &... | 190 views | 1 helpful votes

If I remember correctly, it should be on the drivers inner fender in front of the left front tire under the hood. Seems like it should be hiding behind the washer bottle or the coolant reservoir.

Buick Riviera... | 111 views | 0 helpful votes

Door sensor for what ? Door ajar light lit on the instrument cluster ?

2011 Chevrolet... | 216 views | 1 helpful votes

Typically, the oil change light comes on when the computer calculates you have 10% oil life left. If your oil level is ok, then you should have the oil changed soon, like within a week or so. If you don't really maintain the car well, I would get it changed right away, like the next day. Here is a video on why not to trust the oil change light.

2007 Toyota... | 247 views | 3 helpful votes

get a meter and start checking the harness with the connectors from radio to steering controls

Honda Cars &... | 124 views | 0 helpful votes

Hello if the alarm light is flashing with the key you've always used, it can only be one of two things. Either there is a problem with the chip which is in the key or there is a problem with your PATS system. There is no way to start it with any kind of reset. If it doesn't start with your spare key, 90% of the time it's the PATS transponder which receives the code from the key. There will be codes stored in the PCM related to this problem. Oh, the odd time to many keys on a key ring can cause problems. Try with the key alone, not likely the problem but eliminate the easy things first. Put spare key in the ignition, turn key on for 4 seconds and then try to start.

Cars & Trucks | 107 views | 0 helpful votes

The first thing I would do is a hard reset this should put most modules back to factory specs. The hard reset is done by disconnecting both battery cables and holding them together for a minute or more. Then see what acts up next. I hope this helps. Take care. If you have questions for me use testimonial and it will show up in my email.


Ford Cars &... | 83 views | 3 helpful votes

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